Commit 1013233a authored by Tom Rini's avatar Tom Rini

gitlab-ci: Remove unused TOOLCHAIN environment variable

As part of copying the logic from Travis to GitLab I kept the TOOLCHAIN
variable.  However we don't use that now as the Docker container already
has all toolchains so we don't need to do any downloading.  Remove this
variable.
Signed-off-by: Tom Rini's avatarTom Rini <trini@konsulko.com>
parent 22c7b7d6
......@@ -252,7 +252,6 @@ qemu_mips test.py:
TEST_PY_BD: "qemu_mips"
TEST_PY_TEST_SPEC: "not sleep"
BUILDMAN: "^qemu_mips$"
TOOLCHAIN: "mips"
<<: *buildman_and_testpy_dfn
qemu_mipsel test.py:
......@@ -261,7 +260,6 @@ qemu_mipsel test.py:
TEST_PY_BD: "qemu_mipsel"
TEST_PY_TEST_SPEC: "not sleep"
BUILDMAN: "^qemu_mipsel$"
TOOLCHAIN: "mips"
<<: *buildman_and_testpy_dfn
qemu_mips64 test.py:
......@@ -270,7 +268,6 @@ qemu_mips64 test.py:
TEST_PY_BD: "qemu_mips64"
TEST_PY_TEST_SPEC: "not sleep"
BUILDMAN: "^qemu_mips64$"
TOOLCHAIN: "mips"
<<: *buildman_and_testpy_dfn
qemu_mips64el test.py:
......@@ -279,7 +276,6 @@ qemu_mips64el test.py:
TEST_PY_BD: "qemu_mips64el"
TEST_PY_TEST_SPEC: "not sleep"
BUILDMAN: "^qemu_mips64el$"
TOOLCHAIN: "mips"
<<: *buildman_and_testpy_dfn
qemu-ppce500 test.py:
......@@ -288,7 +284,6 @@ qemu-ppce500 test.py:
TEST_PY_BD: "qemu-ppce500"
TEST_PY_TEST_SPEC: "not sleep"
BUILDMAN: "^qemu-ppce500$"
TOOLCHAIN: "powerpc"
<<: *buildman_and_testpy_dfn
qemu-x86 test.py:
......@@ -297,7 +292,6 @@ qemu-x86 test.py:
TEST_PY_BD: "qemu-x86"
TEST_PY_TEST_SPEC: "not sleep"
BUILDMAN: "^qemu-x86$"
TOOLCHAIN: "i386"
<<: *buildman_and_testpy_dfn
qemu-x86_64 test.py:
......@@ -306,7 +300,6 @@ qemu-x86_64 test.py:
TEST_PY_BD: "qemu-x86_64"
TEST_PY_TEST_SPEC: "not sleep"
BUILDMAN: "^qemu-x86_64$"
TOOLCHAIN: "i386"
<<: *buildman_and_testpy_dfn
zynq_zc702 test.py:
......@@ -334,5 +327,4 @@ xtfpga test.py:
TEST_PY_TEST_SPEC: "not sleep"
TEST_PY_ID: "--id qemu"
BUILDMAN: "^xtfpga$"
TOOLCHAIN: "xtensa-dc233c-elf"
<<: *buildman_and_testpy_dfn
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